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L101 Intro to Long Range Shooting - Texas


Dec 4-5, 2017 - Level 1


11/12 Seats Available

  • Customization 1x
  • Customization 2x
  • Customization 3x
  • Customization 4x
  • Customization 5x

Dec 6-7, 2017 - Level 1


9/12 Seats Available

  • Customization 1x
  • Customization 2x
  • Customization 3x
  • Customization 4x
  • Customization 5x

Product Overview

Price Includes Lodging and Food

Level 1

Course Curriculum

  • Theory of Equipment Selection
  • Understanding the LRR System
  • Recognizing Engineered Features Behind the LRRS
  • Overview of Main Components of the LRRS
  • Rifle Scopes - Understanding  MOA and Milliradian, Features, 1st and 2nd Focal Plane, Defining Performance Parameters, Function, QC and Mounting Solutions
  • Rifle Stock - Functions of a Rifle Stock, Action/Accessory Interface, Recoil Management, Target Acquisition/Engagement, Target Reacquisition
  • Rifle Action - Three Main Functions  and Engineering Features
  • Barrel and Chamber - Bullet Stabilization - Twist, Bullet Alignment, Heat Management
  • Muzzle Break - How a Brake Works, Port Direction, Engineering Trade Off
  • Triggers - Design and Stage/Set
  • Ammunition - Terminal Performance, Low Wind Deflection, Minimize Vertical and bullet Types
  • Rangefinder - Range Accuracy, Maximum Range, Specification and Function, Target Measurement/Detection, Measurement Modes, Beam Divergence, Laser Wavelength and Power Output, Bonus Functions/Devices
  • Caliber vs. Recoil
  • Precision Shooting - Bench Techniques, Shooting to Rifles Potential, Parity with Field Shooting, Proper Support, Body Position, Breathing, Trigger Control, Techniques, Free Recoil, The Grip, Anchor Point, Bag Pressure, Two Point Support, Follow Through and Spotting Techniques
  • Cleaning and Maintenance - Classroom Discussion and Demonstration, Tools and Supplies, Techniques
  • External Ballistics - Defining Trajectory, Drop and Line of Departure, Line of Sight and Elevation Angle
  • Ballistic Parameters, Bullet Drag, Initial Velocity, and Air Density, Using a Ballistic Program, Advanced Correction Inputs
  • Rifles and Ammo are supplied 

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